ParlAT beta: Corpus of Austrian Parliamentary Records

author: Tanja Wissik, Austrian Academy of Sciences
published: May 30, 2018,   recorded: May 2018,   views: 478
released under terms of: Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY)


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The paper presents the beta Version of the ParlAT Corpus, a corpus of Austrian parliamentary records and its current state. The ParlAT project aims to create a corpus of all digitally available parliamentary records from the National council – one of the two chambers of the Austrian parliament – starting with 1945, i.e. for the period of the so called “Second Republic”. The ParlAT beta contains parliamentary records for the last 21 years (i.e. between 1996 - 2017), that is 36% of the relevant digitally available parliamentary records. This paper will describe the data collection and data processing and give an outlook on future work.

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